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Mother of Colleen Cassidy Cook ’71, Pat Cassidy Elfering ’68 and Sharon Cassidy Thompson ’67

Posted by mcauleyhighschool on September 26, 2009

I learned of the passing of Collen, Pat and Sharon Cassidy today. 

Agatha Rose Cassidy 83 years old  passed away on June 28th.  “We found out that she had cancer but not the sage until the day before she died.

Our thoughts and prayers go out to the family. 

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6 Responses to “Mother of Colleen Cassidy Cook ’71, Pat Cassidy Elfering ’68 and Sharon Cassidy Thompson ’67”

  1. Cathy Gagnet said

    Dear Sharon,

    I’m so sorry to hear about the death of your mother. I know this is a difficult time for you, and will keep you in my prayers.

    Cathy Gagnet

  2. Linda Glaser Bueno said

    Colleen
    My thoughts and prayers are with you. I know first hand the difficulty of a mothers loss. Grieve well mom deserve it.

    Warmly
    Linda

  3. Nancy McHugh formerly (Corson) said

    Dear Pat: Our thoughts and prayers are with you and your family at this time of sorrow. Find peace in each other and the fond memories that you hold. The Class of 1968.

  4. Kathy Osterhage Carpeaux said

    Dear Sharon & Family —

    You have my deepest sympathies on the death of your Mother. Seems like the Darby group continues to grow in Heaven. You are all in our thoughts & prayers.

    Kathy

  5. Sharon Cassidy Thompson said

    Thank you all for your kind words & expressions. We lost our mother rather quickly in June. We had been dealing with our father for the past 8 years after a major stroke that left him unable to use his right arm & minimal words to be spoken. We have him in a home now & have promised our mother we would take good care of him til she has his place ready for him with the rest of the Cassidy Clan and our Darby family (Immaculate Conceptioin Parish family). We are blessed to have our parents as long as we are allowed & should cherish every moment with them.

    Thanks again – Sharon & sisters

    • Diane Stanfa Rice said

      Sad to hear you lost your mom so quickly. It wasn’t too long ago I saw your family at Caper’s and was happy to see you having so much fun together.

      Thinking of you,

      Diane

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